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The Power of Politics:

Register Me as a Voter

 

What you can do:

Register to vote.

     It's easy.  It's quick.  It's important.  There are a lot of ways to do it.  In Illinois, I was able to register simply by checking one single box when I got my Driver's License updated at the DMV.  When I first registered in Idaho, I found it easiest to use the Vote.Org form (shown here).

     If you've moved — whether to a new state or just within your own — you'll need to re-register.  If the "ruling party" has purged the election rolls you may need to re-register.  If you've never registered to vote before you'll need to do so before you can vote in the next election.

     Now is a perfect opportunity to do it.

     For some states, this link will take you to your home state's official online voter registration.  It just did for Idaho (15 April 2019, 11:11 p.m.).  For other states, you'll register right with the form you see here, plus a few forms after that.

     Either way, click here to get started on your registration.  It shouldn't take you long.  You'll probably need your driver's license or state I.D. card, but not much else.  They don't even ask you if you have pants on.  Have fun!

 

 



     Congratulations, Voter!  See you at the Polls!

 

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